The President's Radio Address

Bush, George W.
August 2007
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/20/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 33, p1071
Government Documents
The section presents the text of a radio address by U.S. President George W. Bush concerning Afghan and Iraq wars, aired on August 11, 2007. Bush announces some encouraging news from both Afghanistan and Iraq. He cites the work the Afghan government is doing to help build a more hopeful future for the Afghan people. He also reports on the killing of a terrorist named al-Badri who was the mastermind of the bombing of the Golden Mosque in Samarra, Iraq.


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